The sequins were a must in the eighties, come back strongly for this fall-winter and for those who are hard to accept this trend, nothing like a small initial contact with this Zaful dress.
A black dress with little details of sequins in pastel, pink and blue tones in sleeves and bottoms, without forgetting the bow and front of the ruffles. I fell in love since I saw it on the website of Zaful, much of the style I usually display on the blog.
We went on Tuesday to take photos, taking advantage of the good weather that we hade and took as accessories, black shoes, blue baby bag and pink jacket.
I hope you like it and that you are enjoying the day, a hug and thanks for being there.
A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to go down to Washington D.C. for the unveiling of White House Black Market’s special Inaugural Dress Collection. It’s a special collection of formal dresses that they create every four years, taking inspiration from the iconic style of America’s First Ladies. As exemplified by the dress I’m wearing today, the collection is right up my alley—a perfect union of classic and modern. Just wait ’til you see the rest of their line up…
You may recognize this dress from my recent 30 Dresses in 30 Days Series, where it was my pick for Night at the Theater. I have to say, one of the best parts about moving back to NYC is having access to the world’s best theater. And as someone who is about as theater-obsessed as they come, I try to take advantage of all that Broadway (and the New York art scene at large) has to offer as often as possible. It was no surprise that the ideal way to spend my Sunday birthday a couple weeks ago was at Jessie Mueller’s amazing performance in the musical Waitress at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. And thanks to my longtime friends at White House Black Market, I had just the dress for the occasion.
DRESS: c/o White House Black Market | JACKET: old, similar HERE and HERE | PUMPS: similar HERE | TIGHTS: similar HERE | BAG: similar HERE